Martin Bulloch

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{{Infobox musical artist | name = Martin Bulloch | image = | caption = | image_size = | background = non_vocal_instrumentalist | birth_name = Martin Bulloch | alias = | birth_date = (1974-08-14) 14 August 1974 (age 40) | death_date = | origin = East Kilbride, South Lanarkshire
Scotland | instrument = Drums | genre = Instrumental rock
Post-rock | occupation = Musician | years_active = 1995 – present | label = Chemikal Underground
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Rock Action| | associated_acts = Mogwai | website = http://www.mogwai.co.uk/ | current_members = | past_members = | notable_instruments = }} Martin Bulloch (born 14 August 1974) is a Scottish musician, best known for being a member of Mogwai.

Early life[edit]

Bulloch was born in Bellshill, South Lanarkshire.[1]. He was once a cook at a Chinese restaurant in East Kilbride.[2] He uses a pacemaker which was the reason he is credited as bionic on the album Mogwai Young Team.[3]

Career[edit]

Mogwai[edit]

Main article: Mogwai

Bulloch plays drums in the Glaswegian post-rock group Mogwai. Mogwai was formed in 1995 by friends Stuart Braithwaite, Dominic Aitchison, and Bulloch.

Other[edit]

Bulloch has also drummed for Arab Strap and Gruff Rhys at some gigs.

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